#2: Breaking Binary 2.0

I am super excited for this next year. Last year, Breaking Binary made some amazing connections nationwide and I think we really made an impact in people’s lives with the small film. That being said, there’s a lot of stuff we didn’t cover, and a lot more exploring to do. The connections we made last year opened up a lot of different paths that we could potentially choose this year. I saw a lot of educator/administrator interest in creating more gender inclusive classroom communities but most schools don’t quite know how to start up a school wide movement. As students, we have a lot of power in starting those campaigns and getting teachers and administrators invested in creating gender inclusive classroom communities.

Eva Rocheleau

3 Responses to “#2: Breaking Binary 2.0

  • Hi Eva!

    I think it’s so great that you’ve found a social issue and a cause that you’re this passionate about. I watched your film from last year and I’ve got to say– wow. It’s truly incredible. I can’t wait to see where you take this project this year!

    All the best,
    Maisie

  • Hi Eva!

    I think it’s so great that you’ve found a social issue and a cause that you’re this passionate about. I watched your film from last year and I’ve got to say– wow. It’s truly incredible. I can’t wait to see where you take this project this year!

    All the best,
    Maisie

    PS. I may have accidentally posted the comment without logging in so my apologies if it somehow appears twice. I’m still getting the hang of this site.

  • Carissa Brownotter
    4 years ago

    Hello Eva,

    Love your passion! It can be felt through your words. You’ve focused on an important issue. As a former teacher in the public education system, I agree that the school system lacks substantial (if any) support to LGBT youth. Most schools (at least out here in the Southwest) don’t know where to begin.

    On the flip side, youth have a powerful voice that can rock these systems and create change. Yours is one of them. I look forward to reading more of your ideas and help you develop your thinking in order to create a more positive educational atmosphere for LGBT youth.

    Best,
    Carissa

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